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Thread: R-L21 in Ireland not from the Bronze Age?

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    R-L21 in Ireland not from the Bronze Age?

    I've been watching maps from this sitehttps://indo-european.eu/maps/early-bronze-age/And I noticed that R1b-L21 is not dominant in the British Isles throughout most of the Bronze and Iron Ages.Only in the Late Iron Age comes back in prominence. Before that time, R1b-P312(the ancestor of DF-27 & U-152) and subclades(S461 in particular) are the most prevalent.P312 subclades are the dominant now in the continent.

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